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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 23, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer MO N JUNE H Ar Y M A K E The r H I K D AT the THEATRE ROYAL m the HAY beiag TuefUy rhe 34th of will be performed a called The M I NO COLE by FOGTE MrRichard Aickin Sir William CalUe the M Davis Palmer MGeqrge and Jqumtarn WES TON Tolly Mr Quick tSoin Francis and Strutton Lucy by a YOUNG GEN I LE Being her 3d appearance on any itage With ENTERTAT MENTS of p By Monfieur Mils To which will be a Farce called MI SS IN HER Fribble with a long in SHUTER Palmer Davis Quick KvGeorgej and Mifs Biddy by a GENTLEWOMAN being her 3d appearance on Pit Gallery The doors ivjlfbe open and begin at feven Laiies are detired to lend their icrvants to places at Piaccs for the boxes to be taken of at tluT ex V I N E N I s K4E ulv 3 wiTbe a CONCJsR of VOCAL and CENTAL The ty I and Mrs VJNC tv by particular after the wiu be A two Shi lings and Sixpcnc N B To render it m re to the com down ii the great A N A D A B I L L THE Proprietors of Canada Bills are to take no that a General Meeting of the prietors will be held at the New York Ve tKp PfitTral TTvrKnno in near the Royal pre cilely St orieV on Monday the inllant and as it is on bufmefs of the greiteft importance to it is hoped that every proprietor will By Order of the York June i 7 Aw is price or A N E w E u if 10 N of THE HISTORY of the LATE ExhiMtintf the and of that during the years and Being he BUCKET HISTORY of thofe and containing many intereliiig FACT never before At ike fame lime is price A New Edition being the Sixth including the to which is added an and all the Authors laft Correftions and which are entirely of The LETTER concern ing SEIZURE of PA and SURETIESfor the Bv the F A TTIE R of C A N D O Both printed for Burlington in Piccadilly and fold by in Pa whom may be Two late PROTESTS upon a very INTERESTING SUBJECT of ihe preien Price only pan any will p atf laid down h which L patrole for the city road to and if to rhofe friends who interd T with their TicUt to c of at her lodgings at next the Savoy injthe tstra d and at the bar the original Newport A continues to be made Venetian Blinds for the in fide or outfue of h ftained of a molt beautiful ur any other to fmdl s they giveUuee ihades toa and omy the iun but prevent being arid Cjf Far 1MPAK and To th CITIZENS of L O N D O S the late dilpofai of the Receiver hi of the LandTax has given univerul u it ma not my Ci to lay before you and th thus unworthily deprived of marie royal which no city upon earth had a jailer claim after who is it that has done her tliis glaring indignity Is her Prince NoJ he has at the tendereft for as well knowing beV inviolable attachment to his illuftrious and how ready her citizens have always been tofacrifice their lives and fortunes in his To what then can the prefent mark of hatred and con tempt be owing Partly to the pride and perfonal partly to the felnlh views of a narrow intoxicated with and valuing himfelfonhis unpopularity j who if fuch a thing were render thebelt and molt amiable of Princes as unpopular as What Ins real motive can in thus wantonly in curring the citys is hitherto a Tis generally and believed by thofe who have not watched his that an affront he it a there received induced him to retaliate in the manj e ner he has done whilft of deeper psnera make little fcruple to that his whole con joined to the recent inflance now before 1 Oks as if he intended to raiie a universal tion the and fiom hence to thread tii infection through the whole Far be it from me ts chsrge hint with fo wicked a defisn and of at tour in Cert ft cates tf be aLkictJ to Hcnfy VViliinm Ma of the icuvn of No thamptorijin the coup ly i f fciivtnjr on or before Jn y Henry Has bf the pars fli of In the eciuttyot bucuit tieier arui chapmshj en or bifore dieistii of July Abraham Lai oV alleys copai and on or before the mh of July L O N D Q qfjjrTbis pelter Ising ot redid go tojrefsa oclock 1 lilt and tKln tbi ccuiity far rhc famine r it fent iy Central pcj previous to its inib liflied in London the next rnpining j tbj n mail or lady xey kavt the j n i is puh are not f eater in LJ Jk ran the but whether the many wrong fceps he has taken be the ivkoU Q tcj iiirj by an hvn v7 to the faji a ih Ir hermit an te dire for than at pun to go Tle or Siys Weekly osving to wealcnels or certain it that he be has given too much occafion to fay very hard things of This laft inlbnce of the ill ufe of his f with refpeft to the cjty of has gained him at kail an hundred thoufand enemies by a prudent condit6tr he rnight poflibly have gained as many friends nor will the fennen alfo be Jen ty rt iday Tbt price of each pi to ay enera Her Ma jelly is fc far happily that it is aid he wiL layin in Odcbcr It is that the i Hoideinefie will beap pointed jellys filter to the King of n of till the Ib impoliticly evercd H And us hear her iu id Highneis h from her be reitored back to it i that her and r olher thah ue of the manu The reafoa hitherto to j of furs which has Riven fuch extreme difgult to trie 1 rt ic a of Adiniraltv will at this an exaft that if the government lias a right t but prevent being made Is light of as tliofc y ftate of the with reflec tions as naturally arife from the that every Uilprej which now The highefteem which the city ot London has been always held by the monarchs of this appears from the many Royal charters of th j as it certainly It is UKit a ioa d of Admiralty will to exerciic the lame p wers as altrr Lord a ot under the denomination to tnat the people have a ri fa Council to his Royal nothing but what he has by a prefer ptivc ever the Revolution and being con icious that the reafons ftill cjiKi ttuing the onice in ur which were the formerly granted to The bare enumeration of jj original noive for annexing it then r 1 J a i o ff it 1 M 3 z C hjQ TVTJ c unto tin i r 1V tiiefWaLand important fervices me has for U it and always his Majellys rhey hiad the follenmg crt j i r horh to the Crown and nation in that it fhoiild fo the think s it ih For orders lent from fame centuries both to the Crown heiaht and width of would fill a large But my wridaws between ia j uoes not ieau ii jtnVfie st the of if back than the memorable aera of the Re mahogany win grat patterns of at wriich time our immortal K tainted canvas honoflTediWs city new maiik r Likwile is joes not lead we at prefent to trace things fart tier back than the memorable aera of the Revolution L fimpiy conlLlered in is a matter erf and Lord in Geoige i Efq is deitintc ft a vtry repeclabie riiat has made the tobowing ro j Uon he w to ii ait 110951 Ills own for tie withou the Favo iritc1 or any or hii j he fivt ii a u qti MJS that any Miiiiiter mould dare to llrip her of Iis the bellowing the Receivtruiip ow w gisateib by ann xing to her Chamberthe of the The indeed was n j considerable in yet given as a token of aad PKAC of public to thoie who had lo nobly I treated in a and eafy exeited themfelvcs in the of vith the coniiruction and ulc of an ij jt was to be and fo tar exceeding readily ioiving the feverai caies alto rules ijr cal to the Citizens and confidering jj cubting the charges of h Remarks lait and various problems of ufe te the practical To wluch are pre the Elements of Vulgar ana Decimal Arithme By EDWARD Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Printed for Paul facing Southampton in the Where may be juft in one volume price joanuis Je ad CcnAiraKi Scriptorum Vtteium Prolego W BOOKS JJy oppofite in tke Bcokfeller te his BREGE du Paris Diflenation un Monumeiit fingulierdes de par open your punes had in every exigency of the nothing couU have been given with a better or more This oiHce continued in the without for upwards of forty when it was unexpectedly fevered from it by an arbitrary mi from motives which do little honour to his What they ye all and can not eaiv He had taken adifgwft to the Kins Wilf difference but where every of to make the preponderate in of aiy particular would any wire uc ui who have nothing eife in but tliercal j fervice of good of thsir j hehtate a moment they fliould beltow it Should they not that the gaining the j afFeftioh of fuch a city vvas njt to be jut j in competition with five hundred i my and have j f lie re reprefemed to the true Hate of the j Time has when a recommendation m your chief would havefhad due attention paid to in matters of much Mint k not fire you with to that the perfoBi fo warmly recommended by thetn to a j originally intended as a compliment to the and which kis predecefTors had always fillet 6 ervs teir Country and that the of the emohrtie 3 t e oriicrs thy fhouul rill in the frrnefhould be iatircly jprcpiiacuc It is that as focn as in tbc Mi takes Lltt tu Lbe uke of fame honours in th o that Sir Francis is j jcreated t Peer o Ureat t 11 cf Seit jj a in from ri in his Grace the JJnsof o be at id QB account of the violent opposition made to his per j vvas for no other but bccauie he was Paris I phe Psris nicious cxcifc Vet iVill he thought proper to keep on fooie terms with the city although he was fir ft who fevered the Receiverfhip from the he gav it to none but a On a change uf the this office returned to its eld where it continued for years as we had all the reafon in the world to I had not another itfated far more Hittoire des Progres de 1EIptit huuuvn dans les and confequently more hated than the dans les par j 6peuly declared bjs averibn to the by Pny Paris Efiaib Hiiloriques fur par De Samt tonve De la Paris La Theork des par I Paris Precis de JHiiloire avec par LAbbe Utradi Paris Dictionnaire Raifonne dAnatomie a fiol Paris I pidionnairedc Paris Rficheiches fnr iArt ou Liidi d Ap plication dela Fordhcaaoai la Paris Halkri Elementa tomus Hiloire de IArt cliez les par i Les Inrerets Nations f cvcaope 14 I the lame little piece of and moreover car j ried his refentmeHt fo as to convince the that he held us in the utmolt and was de termine to keep upon no terms with Not con tent with merely federating the office from the Cham as his wrongheaded predeceffor had in v order to make the citizens feniible how ij v M r j a citizen Can ye bear with patience fuch unworthy treatment If your pel iervices are now forgot loy thofe at the let the nation be reminded of their and your If they tarn a deaf ear to your jult and ibll c tinue to treat you with refsnt it as be comes thecitizens of Your complaints are 1 founded on reafon be not afraid then to j let them eccho fo tiiat at length they may reach the Ye are as dear to your Soj vereign as fie knows what ye have done j the eltaoliilrnent of his and the con fuiion of all its and how greatly ftich citi i 2ens are to be Nothing could be farther from his Royal ye ihotiid be with fuch indignity and doubt but when his Majafty is rightly he will make your ciufe his to let ciew ana of out ror j Saturday Sir William for his feat in The Right Lord iljllan i few for tor the iientih Velkrdjy arrived her i Tiulian John Wedneiilay laft rrrived at the and Ami Honert Aniicriou and nuiau i John It is feared thai cf the from Calais to is and iH th except the two feamen and a Saturday a fet of faddle beongino to trie Duke of were carried n to to uit fr his Rovsl Higitneis from if is his HighnerV wii eks As the public have been irMly t of tne Lord Mayors i idiibufjv to acquaint all his that he j pily cc informsd rhatvrry large the Weft Iiuiies ivtc Y on of the a n New hear ihe ha I put a If op to trade for prel I T 1 ot anddclpifes the very as hearj jjy nnniter This extraordinary quaiii J ii fication feems to have been his principil motive for takinfrfo a Some who have never feen or know htrle of may be apt to her being fo contemptuoufiy that flie is come to a very low ebb and at prefent fcarce worth But thole who think fo are groilly mif taken for as the bellowing the Rectiverftnp of the Landtax on one of her would add no thing to her grandeur and fo theJofs of in all nervous and gives relief in lownefs of and waaiierines of tlw mind jn liyfteric hypochondnacal and It prevents ficka at rhi and takes offthat fenfe of and or use takes offthat fenfe flefc in damp j a iercae ot of fex and gives a pofition in the place ot opprefs people have weak tier Providence ccirsto Providenc manner t are moft coi A i J appear ol lefs confequence the eyes ot the whole as well as of alt The Thames will ftill waft home her mips with the molt precious commodities from every quarter of tne and Lxchange he iliil thronged with merchant from whom feme of our nobleft families in England in fpite of the impotent rck of any ent i city can pollibly be aflefted by the lofs n as the Receiverihip to complain at fssiugh evilinttntiond wjll as the cf Can any one he fo that glory of fo renowned in Feelinfr D SuiTerer j vvas dark brought out svninif nt f S oon wtlc nil From the L O N Do N CA Z K F L Jun His Majeftv been pleafed to appoint the Right Honouiaive George commonly called Lurd George Cdven to be Lord Lieutenant of hisLcrdihip this day took thtv oaths to taken iultead of thoarhs ofaLegiancs and Carlftvn Tliis is to give public that her Royal Highncfs the Pnnces Dow ager of Wales will keep any until notice fiuUi be B A N K R U P T John iate of the city of Ynks dealer and to fuivenrier the 8tii cf and ift and zd of in the actlie George itm in in Aaron Goolden tht of in the couny or dealer and to on the ultand zd of andtdotyin at eleven in the at the Angel in Dajappuneu jar maVny the tHvLien4 of efale ic Kenry Bird and Humphry of county oi diap Tamorrow will be hshi a Court of Adr it is make a re pi Jt is in a davs a General Coirt i wiil ii c the Ciock j the Prep litters he a i ticn made to advance their inurd i y Saturday bf the transfer bcoks of the annuities were wl bj opened the h of The transfer books of the three anl a iuif per 157 ana A Wedneidsy iatt as were iikewiJc tiie Lone TJii uf tcckj be tne zidof Jly the iecond the lilt and Ixit ttss Cn Wediiefdiy next tiiirtj days fabfiitancewi iflued our at e to the m from June 25 to July both On Thurfihy next 365 jsys pay to tte Geneva and in wTii out at tile tie ot tojthe 24th of bctlt intia MicUsel Efq of is elected Mailer of the Worihiyfui Cuupany of v
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